National conference on conservatism: the political agenda of the new right is still unclear


Their latest lecture touched on issues with the conservative mainstream. But important questions remain about their solution.

Orlando, Fla. – As JD Vance takes the stage to deliver the final keynote address at National Conservatism II, the news of Glenn Youngkin’s speech upset victory in the Virginia government rush it begins to ripple in the crowd. The revelation quickly spreads in the Signal and Twitter group chats used by the conference’s younger digital natives; shortly after, it was whispered to participants of all ages. When Vance – still unaware of the call-up – mentions the possibility of a Youngkin victory on an impromptu observation, the stealth excitement building up throughout Hilton Orlando


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